Mark Webber set the fastest time in final practice in front of his home crowd ahead of qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver was two tenths of a second quicker than round one winner Fernando Alonso around the Melbourne circuit.
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Even though it’s the second race of the year seeing F1 cars blasting around Melbourne still feels like where the world championship begins. Most of the cars have a few subtle aerodynamic changes for this race, like McLaren’s new sidepod-mounted rear mirrors and Sauber’s interpretation of the ‘F-duct’. And Renault, HRT and a few other … Continue reading Australian Grand Prix practice in pictures
McLaren ended the first day of practice in Australia in a positive mood, talking up their chances after a strong showing in both sessions. But Ferrari and Red Bull still look like the teams to beat ahead of qualifying tomorrow.
Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button headed the times after today’s second practice session in Melbourne. The pair set their times in between the two rain showers which fell at the track early in the session.
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While Robert Kubica topped the times in free practice one Ferrari once again look to have good long-run pace. And at this early stage it looks as though McLaren might have found a better set-up for Melbourne than they had at Bahrain. Take a closer look at the lap times from free practice one below.
Robert Kubica put Renault at the top of the times sheets at the end of free practice one for the Australian Grand Prix. But Sauber suffered a difficult session. Kamui Kobayashi suffered two broken front wings which caused a pair session stoppages and Pedro de la Rosa’s car rolled to a halt with ten minutes … Continue reading Kubica quickest in disrupted first practice
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There’s always a busy build-up to the Australian Grand Prix as teams take advantage of the local weather and scenery to carry out their PR duties. The drivers have been sailing, surfing, meeting fans and – of course – throwing boomerangs and playing didgeridoos. See below for pictures.
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Force India test driver Paul di Resta says he is excited ahead of his F1 practice debut this weekend – but won’t be trying to set headline-grabbing lap times. The British driver will take the place of Adrian Sutil in the Friday practice session at Melbourne. Sutil was fastest in the first practice session of … Continue reading Di Resta excited ahead of Force India debut
Can Fernando Alonso bolster his championship lead with another win at Melbourne? Might Mark Webber finally get on the podium or even win his home Grand Prix? F1 heads into the first double-header event of the season with the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne followed by the trip to Sepang for next week’s Malaysian Grand … Continue reading 2010 Australian Grand Prix preview
We haven’t had a wet Australian Grand Prix since the event moved to Melbourne in 1996 and it looks set to stay that way for the 15th F1 race at the Albert Park track this weekend. There is only a slight chance of rain during the race according to the Australian Government Bureau of Meterology, … Continue reading Low chance of rain at Melbourne
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